Thursday, November 13, 2008

The Hunt Continues







Unfortunately we did not receive much rain this past week, as a result water flows in all of our streams and creeks remain the same. So the hunt continues, we are still covering a lot of stream to find a few fish. Fortunately, we are now starting to find more female Brown trout starting to run up stream. This will help to settle down the male Brown trout and keep their focus on one particular spot in the river bottom. It does not take many female Browns to change the focus of the male Browns. From biting on each other to focusing on the female browns. Once the male Brown trout start focusing on the female Browns, they will become very receptive to a fly.
Oak Orchard River remains just as crowded with people as always for this time of the year. Some days we are able to find short stretches of water that is not packed with people. When this happens we are able to work the structure water and do surprisingly well. Hopefully the fishing pressure will start to die down in a couple of weeks. Once this happens we will be able to fish Oak Orchard River the way we need to, and do well in the process. Productive flies for this week have not change much we are still doing well with white bunny flies, and of course our favorite egg patterns in the usual colors of Oregon cheese, orange.
If you intend to be fishing Sandy Creek over the weekend, it would be wise to not fish far from the bridges. This weekend is the opening weekend for deer hunting. There will be deer hunters out and about. I would suggest either fishing Oak Orchard River or stay very close to the bridges, it is the deer hunters turned to use the woods. So we will let the deer hunters the have the right away for a couple weeks, and then we will be back to normal.

Note; I still have November, 26, 28, 29, 30 is still available. December is wide open, Call the fly shop the number is 585-352-4775 my cell number is 585-233-0436 or e-mail me at jay@jaypeckguides.com

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